Going Beyond the Classic News Narrative Convention: The Background to and Challenges of Immersion in Journalism

@article{Domnguez2017GoingBT,
  title={Going Beyond the Classic News Narrative Convention: The Background to and Challenges of Immersion in Journalism},
  author={Eva Dom{\'i}nguez},
  journal={Frontiers Digit. Humanit.},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={10}
}
The disappearance of the screen’s physical barrier, the fourth wall, challenges many of the narrative conventions traditionally used in the traditional journalistic account. This is an area in which we are still taking the first steps, but these moves have already raised interesting narratological challenges. Technological development allows us not only to have the sensation of being elsewhere, but also of interacting with the storytelling elements. In this article, the author reviews the steps… 

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